Arsenal gives more power to Mikel Arteta

Arsenal gives more power to Mikel Arteta

The Spanish coach has managed to redirect the situation of the "gunner" club and in just nine months he has been able to win two titles, the FA Cup and the Community Shield.

A structural shake-up at the club this summer, which included redundancies of non-playing staff, the departure of head of football Raul Sanllehi and a number of long-serving scouts, has also seen Vinai Venkatesham named chief executive. "Despite all of those challenges, Mikel has been driving this football club forward", Venkatesham told the official Arsenal website.

"That [title change] is really a recognition of what he has been doing from the day he walked in the door and also the capabilities that we believe Mikel has".

"He is really happy here", said Arteta.

"That is no mean feat", Venkatesham stated when discussing Wembley glory.

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Amongst the most notable aspects of his arrival, however, has been a renewed togetherness amongst the squad with key figures such as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka agreeing new deals in the belief that the club are once again heading in the right direction.

"But how we're going to structure things going forward is that Mikel and Edu together will lead all of the other disciplines responsible in the men's first team - whether that's analysis, scouting, medical, high performance, they will lead those areas together".

Arsenal visited newly promoted Fulham in the opening game of the 2019/2020 Premier League season.

Speaking after the match, Arteta was asked for an update and was confident that the striker would soon sign his contract.

Whilst Lacazette's 2019-20 season wasn't plain sailing all the way through, he finished the campaign strongly and it's clear he still has plenty to offer Arsenal - indeed, it's great to hear how much of a model professional he continues to be.

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